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We are seeking experienced Radiological Protection Technicians who can effectively embrace the technical and operational challenges of high profile and critically important field level project support activities.
San Clemente, CA
• $150 PD/daily
• Long term assignment
• Everyone gets full medical with majority of premium paid by the company
• 5 days of PTO
• 10 Federal Holidays
• 7 days sick leave
• Also included are a couple paid trips home per year
• 4-10’s plus plenty of OT available
• $1000 annual bonus
Technicians that can execute radiation health & safety surveys, controls and processes the highest technical and data integrity standards as set forth by Street Legal, and project stakeholders.
Use a series of protocols and technology to monitor radiological conditions, record conditions, and evaluate the conditions with regard to the potential risk to workers and the public.
Oversee work being done involving radioactive materials.
Utilize special instrumentation to analyze, track, and survey radioactive materials, dose rates, airborne particulates, and radiological controls.
Establish safe means and testing cycles of radioactive material, including collection, storage, packaging, transportation, and disposal.
Collect and analyze radiological samples.
Evaluate radiological conditions in the nuclear plant and the implementation of the necessary radiological safety measures as they apply to nuclear plant workers and members of the general public.
Perform dose rate, contamination and airborne radioactivity surveys.
Provide job coverage for work groups to minimize personnel exposure.
Control access to radioactive material through labeling and posting.
Provide briefings and guidance to plant personnel to prohibit unplanned exposure to radioactive material.
On an assigned shift, and acting under prescribed rules and approved practices, measure and keep records of radiation levels, to clean, maintain, and issue respiratory protection equipment, and to perform related work. Due to the nature of the work, individuals may be asked to wear a respirator.
Ensure compliance with all applicable BHI Energy and client technical specifications, procedures, human performance and safety standards and expectations.
Ensure compliance and possess knowledge of laws, regulations, and policies on a federal, state, municipal, and company level.
Carries out company's health physics and industrial hygiene policies and procedures on field project assignments.
Performs field Health Physics Technician assignments to align with the objectives of the project work schedule.
Maintains and operates radiation measuring equipment; conduct radiological surveys and performs radiological sampling; interprets survey and sample data; able to document radiological surveys performed in high quality, error fee format.
Provides instruction to others regarding radiological hazards.
Must have a minimum of 5+ years of operational health physics experience within the radiation safety field.
Commercial Nuclear environmental and facility decontamination experience is desired.
Familiarity with radiation protection regulations and standards of the USNRC, USDoD, USDOE, USACE and Agreement States
Must have current HAZWOPER 40-hour qualification/ 8 Hour Refresher if applicable
Must be able to obtain an NRC clearance if requested